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Should We Tip For Great Games?

Oh lord, keep with me on this one, people. Tipping is controversial at the best of times. A suggestion that we bring a tip option to video games is going to be met with all kinds of resistance. But you know, it makes sense. When we look back over the last decade or so, it’s obvious that something was going to give. Games have become more expensive to make at the same time as gamers coming to expect more for…

 
Articles 2 days ago

Doomlings Components Review

I’ve been inundated with ads for Doomlings on Facebook for quite a long time now, and while it’s been in my cart on various board game selling websites, I’ve never pulled the trigger for one reason or another. I actually enjoy these kinds of games, and this one seemed so very wholesome, and one that the entire family could enjoy. Last week, Doomlings reached out to ask if I wanted to take a look at the game, and of course…

 
Articles 2 days ago

The Most Expensive Skins In Rust

Rust stands out as a captivating and widely loved survival game, engaging players for upwards of 1,000 to 10,000 hours across several years. Its already frenetic and compelling gameplay cycle has been further enhanced by the addition of a marketplace for skins, drawing players back for more. In Rust, the concept of a weapon or item skin is straightforward. It doesn’t directly enhance the gaming experience or significantly decrease recoil, for instance, but it does inject a welcome dose of…

 
Articles 3 days ago

The Red Dragon Inn 9: The Undercity

For as long as The Red Dragon Inn has been a thing, I’m honestly SHOCKED that I’ve never played the game before. There are people who love this franchise – and purchase every game – and others who don’t. For me, I’ve felt very overwhelmed by the whole idea. The game has been around for so long, with so many expansions, that I’m not sure I wanted the hassle of jumping in now! That was until a review copy of…

 
Articles 3 days ago

Fallout Episode 1-“The End” Thoughts

Fallout is now a tv show on Amazon Prime Video. We checked out the first episode and some thoughts on it. Spoiler warning! Last night, I watched episode 1 of the new Amazon Prime Video show “Fallout”. Yes its based on the video game on the same name. And I have to say that… I was really impressed! The Fallout tv show feels a lot like the video game while also offering more than just the one point of view…

 
Articles 5 days ago

Star Wars Outlaws Official Story Trailer

Star Wars Outlaws is the next big game in the space opera franchise. And now it has a story trailer and launch date. Check out the trailer below. Star Wars Outlaws is coming out on August 30th, 2024. The pre-order pack is a Kessel Runner bonus pack! It looks amazing. Graphics wise, there are parts of it that look live-action and others that look similar to the very best of Star Wars animated projects. The story looks super exciting. It…

 
Articles 5 days ago

Games for my Kids – A look at Captain Flip

Recently, Asmodee Canada sent over the game Captain Flip, and honestly I wasn’t really sure what to think when I began unboxing it and looking at the rules. With only a few pages of rules, this is a very simple game to play that younger kids would have no issues with, but still remain fun for adults as well. In Captain Flip, players will be trying to earn coins throughout the game so that when the game ends, they have…

 
 
 

Latest Game Reviews


8.0 Moonglow Bay

 

Moonglow Bay is a fishing rpg/sim thats been on other platforms. And now its coming to the Nintendo Switch! Is it worth checking out? Here is our review. Moonglow Bay is a cute cozy fishing rpg/sim. You play as a character who at the start of the game has a significant other (you pick the pronouns of yourself and the other person) who teaches you how to fish in the game. You have a boat together and it looks ...

 

9.0 Biomorph Will Morph You Into Lovi...

 

Ever wanted to know what it would feel like to have some of our favorite larger titled games, like Super Mario or Kirby in a Metroidvania setting? I know that I have many times. So, what if I told you that I just played a game that was basically Kirby and Ender Lilies having a baby? Or should I say, they bio-morphed? Biomorph is currently the talk of every Metroidvania community and that’s because while we wait ...

 

9.0 A Sci-Fi, 2D Platformer, Shooter,...

 

Developed by Evan Tor Games and published by JanduSoft, this is a Sci-Fi mystery shooter that everyone has to try. Rebel Transmute is the Metroid of our year. It is a take on a classic Metroidvania with a kick of colors and extreme exploration. While it is revolutionized, I think that the graphics and audio really kicks us off back into the feel of the 90s, giving both old and new gamers something to enjoy. The ...

 

8.0 A Base-Building, Survival Tale of...

 

Robin Hood Sherwood Builders is a survival, base-building, crafting game developed by MeanAstronauts and published by Playway S.A. The game’s mechanics work so well together that you really get entrapped in becoming Robin Hood and really engulfing the environment and the gameplay. The amount of crafting and building that is needed in this game takes up most of the gameplay, so if you’re not into that, then step ...

 

8.5 Hi-Fi Rush

 

Hi-Fi Rush explodes onto the PlayStation 5 stage with a vibrant energy that’s hard to resist. This rhythmic action game from Tango Gameworks, previously an Xbox exclusive, takes center spotlight with its infectious blend of comic book visuals, pulse-pounding music, and satisfying combat. While the core experience remains familiar to those who played it elsewhere, the PlayStation port boasts some technical ...

 

8.5 MLB The Show 24

 

MLB The Show 24 swings onto the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, bringing its brand of baseball excellence to a new generation of players. As the first entry in the series to hit Xbox consoles, MLB The Show 24 carries the weight of expectation. Does it deliver a grand slam or whiff out entirely? Let’s take a deep dive into the game’s various modes, presentation, and gameplay to find out. MLB The Show 24 ...

 
 

9.0 Biomorph Will Morph You Into Lovi...

 

Ever wanted to know what it would feel like to have some of our favorite larger titled games, like Super Mario or Kirby in a Metroidvania setting? I know that I have many times. So, what if I told you that I just played a game that was basically Kirby and Ender Lilies having a baby? Or should I say, they bio-morphed? Biomorph is currently the talk of every Metroidvania community and that’s because while we wait ...

 

9.0 A Sci-Fi, 2D Platformer, Shooter,...

 

Developed by Evan Tor Games and published by JanduSoft, this is a Sci-Fi mystery shooter that everyone has to try. Rebel Transmute is the Metroid of our year. It is a take on a classic Metroidvania with a kick of colors and extreme exploration. While it is revolutionized, I think that the graphics and audio really kicks us off back into the feel of the 90s, giving both old and new gamers something to enjoy. The ...

 

8.0 A Base-Building, Survival Tale of...

 

Robin Hood Sherwood Builders is a survival, base-building, crafting game developed by MeanAstronauts and published by Playway S.A. The game’s mechanics work so well together that you really get entrapped in becoming Robin Hood and really engulfing the environment and the gameplay. The amount of crafting and building that is needed in this game takes up most of the gameplay, so if you’re not into that, then step ...

 

7 Cartel Tycoon

 

Cartel Tycoon, now available on Xbox Series X/S, invites players on a morally dubious yet undeniably captivating journey to the top of the drug cartel hierarchy. Channeling the gritty essence of 80s and 90s narco culture, this management sim offers a complex and often challenging experience. While the subject matter may raise ethical concerns, Cartel Tycoon injects a unique twist into the genre, but with some ...

 

8 Helldivers 2

 

Helldivers 2 is a hilarious and bombastic love letter to cheesy sci-fi action flicks, wrapped in a challenging and strategic cooperative shooter. Taking the core concept of its predecessor and blasting it into the third dimension, it delivers an experience that’s equal parts frantic action, tactical thinking, and side-splitting laughs. Forget subtlety – Helldivers 2 throws you headfirst into the deep end ...

 

8.5 Border Bots VR

 

Border Bots VR isn’t your typical action-packed VR extravaganza. Instead, it transports you to a charmingly quirky future where AI reigns supreme, and your job? Man the booth at a bustling robot border crossing! Don’t underestimate the fun, though. This VR gem shines with its innovative gameplay, delightful world, and surprisingly captivating premise. From the moment you don your VR headset, ...

 
 

9.0 Demon’s Souls

 

You may have heard that Demon’s Souls is pretty tough. That’s not entirely accurate. The truth is that Demon’s Souls is very, very simple. Everything about it is signposted. It wants you to exploit every inch of it. Enemies show what they’re doing from a million miles away. There’s always somewhere to hide, or to run to. And now, with the arrival of the remake on PS5, you have over ...

 

8.0 Walking Dead Season 2

 

Last year, Telltale elevated point and click games to a new level with their first season of the award-winning The Walking Dead. Creating a follow-up to that fantastic set of titles was a difficult task for Telltale, and they mostly succeeded. While there are moments of brilliance, season two doesn’t reach the level of excellence that season one was able to achieve.

 

6.5 NASCAR ’14

 

Racing games can generally be played in a variety of ways. While those that love Gran Turismo the most might play it as a simulator, it's just as easy to experience it as some approximation of Mario Kart, crashing into other vehicles on long bends or swinging onto the grass when necessary. NASCAR '14 is all about tight lines and clever driving, a fact that makes it both very playable and undoubtedly niche.

 

9.0 Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster

 

Cybernet was a video game focussed TV show here in the UK back when the PS2 launched. When they weren't showing and reshowing the opening of Metal Gear Solid 2, they were showing and reshowing clips from Final Fantasy X. Look at the graphics! Look at the characters! And, oh, they've got voices as well!

 

6.5 Pac-Man Museum

 

Video gaming's first yellow circular celebrity has turned 30 this year, and instead of getting trashed with friends Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde, he's taking a trip down memory lane, through the highlights (and low-lights) of his prestigious career.

 

6.5 Killer is Dead

 

Killer is Dead is a hard game to pin down. You play as an executioner for a government agency that hunts out murderers for the general public. It plays a little like something from Platinum, a third-person action game with an anime flair. That flair runs deeper than just the visual style though, and a unique fantastical twist makes it all the more unusual. Expect blood, whimsy, sex, adventure and intrigue.

 
 

8.5 Hi-Fi Rush

 

Hi-Fi Rush explodes onto the PlayStation 5 stage with a vibrant energy that’s hard to resist. This rhythmic action game from Tango Gameworks, previously an Xbox exclusive, takes center spotlight with its infectious blend of comic book visuals, pulse-pounding music, and satisfying combat. While the core experience remains familiar to those who played it elsewhere, the PlayStation port boasts some technical ...

 

8.5 MLB The Show 24

 

MLB The Show 24 swings onto the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, bringing its brand of baseball excellence to a new generation of players. As the first entry in the series to hit Xbox consoles, MLB The Show 24 carries the weight of expectation. Does it deliver a grand slam or whiff out entirely? Let’s take a deep dive into the game’s various modes, presentation, and gameplay to find out. MLB The Show 24 ...

 

9.0 Rise of the Ronin

 

Rise of the Ronin, the latest offering from the esteemed Team NINJA, is an ambitious open-world action RPG that plunges you into the heart of Japan’s tempestuous Bakumatsu period. Here, you embody the role of a Ronin, a masterless samurai unbound by the rigid hierarchy of a crumbling society. As the nation teeters on the precipice of radical change, you carve your own path through a world riven with ...

 

7.5 Expeditions: A MudRunner Game

 

Expeditions: A MudRunner Game, released in March 2024 for Playstation 5 (PS5) and Playstation 4 (PS4), is the latest title from the developers behind the MudRunner and SnowRunner franchises. This off-road adventure game takes players on a scientific expedition across diverse landscapes, from arid deserts and rugged forests to steep mountains. Players navigate these treacherous environments in various all-terrain ...

 

10 The Last of Us Part II Remastered...

 

It’s only been a few short years since I first had the opportunity to review The Last of Us Part II, a masterpiece in my mind with VERY little to complain about, so when they decided to remaster this I was thinking, do we really need this already? Some may argue no, but they would be wrong, Naughty Dog brought the absolute polish and buffed out any imperfections in this masterclass of Humanity, Morality, ...

 

9.5 Prince of Persia: The Lost Crown

 

It has been a LONG time since we’ve seen a proper Prince of Persia game. Back in 2020 Ubisoft had announced a remake for The Sands of Time, that quite frankly looked REALLY bad. After seeing that, I thought the franchise was doomed and it was time to move on. Thankfully, that project is delayed indefinitely…. which is typically lingo for “We aren’t going to do that anymore”. So, ...

 
 

5.0 Sudocats

 

Do you like cats? Do you like Sudoku? Well, then, you may or may not be interested in Sudocats! Check out our review for Sudocats, a unique take on Sudoku, for the Xbox Series S. Sudocats is a puzzle game thats based on Sudoku but instead of numbers, the puzzles use cats. You will have to find the right order to place the cats. Certain cats can’t be next to each other and you can’t have the same cat ...

 

7.5 Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

 

The biggest change to the Borderlands formula in Pre-Sequel - aside from the game's setting, which affects gameplay and aesthetics in a number of ways - are the game's character classes, all based on characters previously seen in the series. These new classes will still serve familiar roles on the battlefield

 

7.5 Trials Fusion

 

Trials Fusion is the newest title in the physics-defying bike series. In this game, you have to earn medals across a variety of tracks. You earn the medals through completing these stages in a certain time, and beneath a certain crashes. If you're worried about crashing, there are a lot of checkpoints throughout, which you'll soon find are very much needed. The game gets quite difficult at the end, and earning ...

 

6.5 Plants vs Zombies Garden Warfare

 

PopCap did a lot of things right when they developed Plants vs Zombies for every platform imaginable - Mac, PC, Xbox, Playstation, DS, iOS, and Android - and the success of that game has led to multiple sequels. Plants vs Zombies 2's free to play model scared some since it was a departure from the original set-price model, however, PopCap again delivered a solid product, and one that did not require any ...

 

8.5 Persona 4 Arena

 

Persona 4 Arena, developed by Arc System Works and published by Atlus, takes the stars of the critically acclaimed JRPG Persona 4, and places them in a 2D style fighting game, where they are forced to do battle with one another in order to progress, and must discover why their close friend Teddy is hosting the fighting tournament, P-1 Grand Prix.

 

6.5 Call of Duty Ghost

 

Developed by Infinity Ward and published by Activision, Ghosts is the latest instalment in the popular Call Of Duty franchise.Best known for it's highly addictive online multiplayer, Call Of Duty: Ghosts also offers a campaign mode that sends players on an action packed, globe trotting adventure.

 
 

One+ 12R Genshin Impact

 

When it comes to phone reviews and GamesReviews, you know we focus on these devices as things for the common person, those wanting to play games, listen to some music, and watch some videos. We look at these not from a technical standpoint, but rather a useability stand point. It’s why, I believe, our phone reviews over the past few years have been so successful. This phone is definitely not for the common ...

 

Pokémon Presents | 08.03.2022 (V...

 

A new Pokémon Presents aired today on youtube. Check it out below and then come back here for our thoughts on it. The new Pokémon Presents today gave updates on the mobile apps and most importantly…Scarlet/Violet! The footage for Pokémon Scarlet/Violet looked amazing. The multiplayer especially impressed. You can team up with friends and go around catching Pokémon and riding your Pokémon-like motorcycles. ...

 

Insanely Affordable Video Marketi...

 

There is no doubt that people get more encouraged with fast visual results. And that is the reason they prefer videos instead of other visual content. What people wish to see the most is an engaging video. It can fascinate viewers longer and intensely. For instance, you can design a personalized compact video for your followers and share it with them. What’s important is to know that there’s always ...

 

Nintendo and Fujifilm Collaborate...

 

Do you remember the Gameboy Printer? No? Well, thats okay. Nintendo has announced a new printer (and smartphone app) for smartphones! Nintendo and Fujifilm are collaborating on a new Smartphone printer and app. Here are the details from a press release: “Mississauga, ON, April 22, 2021 – FUJIFILM Corporation in collaboration with Nintendo Co., Ltd. is revolutionizing how gamers can share their game ...

 

Hit Game, My Time at Portia, is C...

 

May 6, 2021 – After selling over two million copies worldwide on PC and console, Pathea Games and Pixmain today announced the hit game, My Time at Portia, is coming to mobile. Fans of the original will now be able to explore and craft their way through the Town of Portia in a seamless mobile experience for iOS and Android devices. My Time at Portia became a blockbuster title through its PC launch in 2019. ...

 

Tintin Match Launches on iOS and ...

 

While I love busting out my Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4 for lengthy games that take me to real and fictional worlds, I also like a simpler experience, one I can quickly play on my phone for a few minutes to scratch that satisfying puzzle itch. Enter Tintin Match, the latest match 3 game from Planet Games, which follows the loveable character Tintin, his dog Snowy, and a host of other popular characters ...

 
 

9.0 RPGolf Legends

 

Do you like Golf? Do you wish there was a game that has a golf story with some Fantasy world RPG elements in it? If you answer yes to this then RPGolf Legends is your answer.

 

8.5 Xenoblade Chronicles X

 

With the upcoming launch of Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition on Nintendo Switch, we thought we would re-share some of our old Xenoblade Chronicles reviews, starting with Xenoblade Chronicles X on the Nintendo Wii U! If you haven't played this game, and have access to a Wii U, it's a fantastic experience!

 

6.5 Revenant Saga

 

Revenant Saga is rpg developer KEMCO's newest game for the Wii U. I played this game and now I can tell you all about it! Is Revenant Saga a good rpg?

 

6.5 Animal Gods

 

Wii U indie games are starting to become a rare thing. Whenever a new Wii U game comes out, I find myself smiling and hoping that its a good game. Anmal Gods for Wii U came out last week. I have been playing it for review and I'm finally ready to share with what I thought of the game.

 

8.5 Back to Bed

 

One of the best things about Indies is that they are not afraid of being weird. Indies generally take more chances than third party developers and create games that are unique and interesting. Not all of these unique and interesting games are good, but I love how Indies are willing to experiment. Take, for instance, Back to Bed for Wii U. You would not see a third party, maybe not even a first party developer, ...

 

8.0 Plantera

 

If Harvest Moon and a cute 2D tower defense game had a love child, it might look like Plantera for the Wii U and 3DS eshops. Build a garden, add animals, and defend that garden like crazy from outside threats! Plantera sounds like it might be a good game for simulation and tower defense fans…but is it? The Wii U and 3DS versions of Plantera have some differences but the basic gameplay is the same between ...

 
 

4.0 Z-Run

 

To many people, the Playstation Vita is a system known best for only its Indies and its ports. When I saw the trailer for Vita Indie game Z-Run, I was shocked to find out it wasn't a port from a mobile game. With its poor visuals, simple Temple Run style gameplay and lack of depth, I was sure that Z-Run was a zombie re-skin of some dime-a-dozen endless runner, build for mobile technology and quickly ported to ...

 

8.5 Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc

 

Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc is a zany experience filled with boundless creativity. Developed by Spike Chunsoft (the studio responsible for similar games in the Zero Escape series), and originally released for the PSP all the way back in 2010, Danganronpa has spawned an anime and manga over in Japan before its port to the Vita this year; and it’s easy to see why.

 

8.0 Surge Deluxe

 

The match 3 puzzle genre has been lacking innovation as of late. Thankfully, Futurlab has an extraordinary habit of changing up the ‘norm’ and Surge Deluxe is certainly no exception!!

 

9.0 Tearaway

 

Tearaway is, simply put, a creative gem. It’s a game solely created to showcase the power of Vita’s hardware, and just how pleasant of an experience a videogame can be.

 

8.0 Street Fighter X Tekken

 

Street Fighter X Tekken was kind of a big deal when it was first announced, and perhaps even helped the Mortal Kombat remake to herald in a new wave of fighting titles. Along with its companion title, the long presumed dead Tekken X Street Fighter, Street Fighter X Tekken was going to combine two of the biggest names in fighting, dozens of the most recognisable characters, all within a blended style that meant ...

 

9.5 Persona 4 Golden

 

Atlus has always been known to deliver niche JRPG experiences; games that don’t sell well but are critical darlings. They have plenty of exceptional titles under their belt such as Catherine and Shin Megami Tensei IV, but Persona 4 is quite possibly their finest work yet. The fourth entry in the Persona series originally made its debut on the PS2 back in 2008. The game was met with immense critical reception, so ...

 
 

9.0 Yo-Kai Watch 3

 

Although the Yo-Kai Watch franchise is gaining some traction in the West - more so in Europe and less so in the United States and Canada - there are still many gamers and anime fans out there who know little, if anything, about the franchise itself. To them, the name Jibanyan and Whisper mean nothing, and if you mention the town of Springdale, most people are likely to ask, "Do you mean Springfield, like in the ...

 

9.0 Mario and Luigi: Bowser’s I...

 

In my preview for Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser's Jr's Journey I mentioned that I had never played Bowser's Inside Story before. So when it came time to do my review, I decided to not compare the game to the original. In fact, I decided to not compare the game to previous Mario & Luigi games at all. Basically I wanted to ask: Is Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey a good game(s)?

 

8.0 WarioWare Gold

 

I’ve been playing video games for a few decades now, and I’m ashamed to admit that I’ve never played a WarioWare game in my life. When the game launched a few weeks ago, I began watching video of our good friend Abdallah Smash, and instantly thought, “That looks like a lot of fun.” Well, now I have played it; what did I think? Let’s dive in!

 

9.5 Dragon Lapis

 

I’ve been enjoying Dragon Lapis for the 3DS a lot. Check out my preview of the game here. And now its time for my review of Dragon Lapis. Is this a 3DS rpg that you’ll want to download? I like how Dragon Lapis starts with a cutscene that gives us background into its world. As the game continues, we get a lot more world building and interesting plot twists. All of the characters in this game are ...

 

8.0 Detective Pikachu

 

Even if you are not a long time fan of the Pokémon franchise, there is one thing you probably do know: Pokémon don’t talk to humans and humans don’t talk to Pokémon. Sure, based on emotions of a Pokémon - or even their actions - a good trainer can determine what a Pokémon is thinking or feeling; but to actually talk to one? That is basically unheard of. So when we learned about the popular Japanese Detective ...

 

7.0 Machine Knight

 

There are not too many developers releasing 3DS eshop games at anymore. Most of the developers have switched over to the Switch. One of the developers that it is still putting out games for the 3DS is KEMCO. Their newest game for the system is called Machine Knight. It is a jrpg. What do I think of it? Read on to find out! Machine Knight has an interesting story, although I do wish it had a little less ...

 
 

8.5 MLB The Show 24

 

MLB The Show 24 swings onto the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, bringing its brand of baseball excellence to a new generation of players. As the first entry in the series to hit Xbox consoles, MLB The Show 24 carries the weight of expectation. Does it deliver a grand slam or whiff out entirely? Let’s take a deep dive into the game’s various modes, presentation, and gameplay to find out. MLB The Show 24 ...

 

7 Cartel Tycoon

 

Cartel Tycoon, now available on Xbox Series X/S, invites players on a morally dubious yet undeniably captivating journey to the top of the drug cartel hierarchy. Channeling the gritty essence of 80s and 90s narco culture, this management sim offers a complex and often challenging experience. While the subject matter may raise ethical concerns, Cartel Tycoon injects a unique twist into the genre, but with some ...

 

7.5 Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster

 

Star Wars: Dark Forces is a remaster of a game from the PlayStation 1. Is it worth checking out on the Xbox Series? Here is our review of Star Wars: Dark Forces Remaster. In Star Wars: Dark Forces you play as a commander who is helping the rebel alliance on various missions. The first mission is stealing the Darth Star plans. Forget what you know of Rogue One. This Star Wars game takes place in a completely ...

 

9.5 Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden

 

Do you like games like Silent Hill or Alan Wake? Then you may want to check out the newest spooky Xbox Series game. Here’s our Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden review. Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden is a spooky action/adventure game. The story takes place back in the 1800s in New England. The two main characters of the game are Antea Duarte and Red mac Raith. The two of them are Banishers, people who get rid ...

 

7.0 Skull and Bones

 

Skull and Bones is an open world pirate game that recently came to the Xbox Series. Is it worth checking out? Here is our review! Skull and Bones is an open-world action/adventure pirate game. The game begins with the player controlling a full fledged pirate ship. After a brief fight, the player has lost their ship. You create your character and then have to make your way to a port of call to rebuild your rep as ...

 

9.0 Skull and Bones First Impression ...

 

I feel like it has been a while since we had an open-world pirate game, but we got one for 2024. Ubisoft and one of Ubisoft’s Original Games Skull and Bones which was first announced back in 2017 by Ubisoft Singapore at an E3 event. I remember because I was there when it first got announced and I was excited because I love video games that incorporate wooden ships and pirates. This game when I first heard ...

 
 

8.0 Moonglow Bay

 

Moonglow Bay is a fishing rpg/sim thats been on other platforms. And now its coming to the Nintendo Switch! Is it worth checking out? Here is our review. Moonglow Bay is a cute cozy fishing rpg/sim. You play as a character who at the start of the game has a significant other (you pick the pronouns of yourself and the other person) who teaches you how to fish in the game. You have a boat together and it looks ...

 

7.5 Princess Peach Showtime

 

Princess Peach Showtime gives the Mushroom Kingdom monarch a new spotlight game. Is it worth checking out? Is it fun? Here is our review of Princess Peach Showtime! In Princess Peach Showtime, Peach finds herself and some Toads going to a theater for some entertainment. Unfortunately, a new villain picks that time to take over the theater and so Peach has to save the day by going into different areas of the ...

 

7 Metro Simulator 2

 

For those who’ve ever dreamt of navigating the intricate network of an underground metropolis, Metro Simulator 2 on Nintendo Switch delivers a surprisingly engaging experience. Released in February 2024, this simulation game transports players to the depths of Moscow’s iconic subway system, offering a chance to step into the conductor’s shoes and navigate the bustling lines with precision and ...

 

8 Fae Farm

 

Fae Farm, released in September 2023, invites players to the whimsical island of Azoria, where magic is both blessing and burden. As a newcomer inheriting a dilapidated farm, you must cultivate the land, appease mischievous sprites, and restore balance to the island. This Nintendo Switch title blends familiar farming sim mechanics with light RPG elements, offering a charming escape for those seeking a relaxed ...

 

8.5 Mario vs. Donkey Kong a Welcome R...

 

Mario vs. Donkey Kong is back, and while not a new entry in the series, it's still a welcome edition to the Nintendo Switch library!

 

8.0 Lil’ Guardsman

 

Adventure games are such a great genre and we’ve had some excellent ones lately. Is Lil’ Guardsman for the Nintendo Switch another one you should check out? Here is our review! Lil’ Guardsman is an Adventure game where you play as Lil’, a young girl who has to start doing her father’s job in the Guard’s shed. The shed is the place that either lets people into the town or tells ...

 
 
 

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This is a guide, it’s what you 100 percent need, learn all the nuances of online casinos right here. Getting Started: How to Play Casino Online with Real Money By grasping the fundamental concepts and following beginner tips, you can embark on your casinos online journey with confidence and enjoy a rewarding and entertaining gaming experience. Online Casino Essentials: Understanding the Basics  Basic concepts: Game Selection: Choose games in online casinos in India based on your preferences and skill level,…

 
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Tesseract Board Game Review

I’m definitely a fan of competitive games for our board game nights, but there are some in our group who prefer cooperative experiences over competitive ones. I’m OK with that as well, but the cooperative experience needs to be deep mechanically for me to really enjoy what we are doing. It’s why I don’t prefer games like Unlocked! As much, and games like, well, Tesseract so much more. This dice drafting, manipulation game is phenomenal, and a cooperative game I…

 
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Is Lara Croft Really The Most Iconic Game Character?

Lara Croft has been named the most iconic video game character of all time by the BAFTA Games Awards and my first thought was “what?” I mean, it makes sense. As someone who remembers the magazine covers, the cardboard cut-outs and the rave reviews from balding middle-aged non-gamer dads, I get it. She was the first character I remember truly transcending the medium. Mario and Sonic (mostly Sonic) might be more obvious. But they didn’t have a quarter of the…

 
Articles 2 weeks ago

More Vader in Shatterpoint a Good Thing – Fear and Dead Men Squad Pack Review

A while ago, Shatterpoint fans were treated to an (overly) expensive diorama pack that included a Darth Vader figure. People went nuts for that pack, and that Darth Vader character was really great to have on the table. With the recent releases for Star Wars Shatterpoint, there is now a more affordable Vader with his own Storm Troopers. Let’s take a look at this release and whether it’s right for you! Again, first and foremost, let’s talk about the sculpts.…

 
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Mori – Allplay Series

We are back with another small box, big game title from Allplay. Today we are taking a look at Mori, one of the more interesting trick tacking games that was recently released. For fans of trick taking games, I think this small box package provides a major bang for your buck, but you might feel differently. Let’s check it out and see if it’s right for you! In Mori, players will have a deck of cards in their hand and…

 
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Retro JRPG Goodness on Xbox Series-A Look At Grandia HD

Grandia HD came out on the Xbox Series recently. The game is a collection of Grandia 1 and 2. We checked out the first game in the collection a little and have some thoughts on it. I thought I had played Grandia on the PlayStation 1. As I checked it out on the Xbox Series though, I came to the conclusion that I had never played it. The game doesn’t seem familiar at all. So how am I liking it…

 
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One+ 12R Genshin Impact Review

When it comes to phone reviews and GamesReviews, you know we focus on these devices as things for the common person, those wanting to play games, listen to some music, and watch some videos. We look at these not from a technical standpoint, but rather a useability stand point. It’s why, I believe, our phone reviews over the past few years have been so successful. This phone is definitely not for the common person, we need to state that off…

 
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Remembering the Geforce Leak

There’s an interesting thread over at Resetera where a poster has dug out the remaining games not yet officially announced from the infamous Geforce Now leak. Nearly three years of confirmations have proven what a treasure trove this leak turned out to be, and that makes the titles still remaining conspicuous in their absence. And even more so for the potential some of them have. The post, which has been put together by Mocha Joe, hints at cancelled or yet-to-be…

 
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Table Golf Association – Welcome to Meeple Beach Kickstarter Preview

GamesReview is always excited when we are considered for Kickstarter preview coverage, but we still only choose to preview games we think we will enjoy. The trouble with doing preview work is you walk that fine line between being a marketing tool and actually providing solid coverage on a game. Thankfully, I’ve been having a blast with Welcome to Meeple Beach from the Table Golf Association, so everything you are about to read is my legitimate thoughts! Outside of sending…

 
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Essential Features and UX: Decoding the Best File Uploader for Developers and Users

With file uploaders, the ‘one size fits all’ approach fails. This is because requirements range from image sharing to handling sensitive documents. So, understanding diverse needs makes choosing the best file uploader subjective. However, key features and user experience principles stand out in file uploaders. This is because they ensure a smoother, faster, and more secure upload for both developers and users. All in all, let’s discuss how to select the best file uploader for both developers and users. Feature…

 
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Growth, Games and the Whys of PS5 Pro

Two things have come out of an understandably muted Game Developers Conference. The first is that the keyword is growth, and executives everywhere are trying to find it. The second is that this year’s PS5 Pro hasn’t done enough to sell itself. Granted, it hasn’t been officially announced yet. But behind closed doors, developers are wondering exactly what it brings to the table. It’s a hard question to answer. From a consumer perspective, the answer is “more”. But more what?…